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The Rhinomind Coaching podcast is for leaders who want to enhance their leadership capacity, inspire confidence, and develop more effective teams. The host, Todd Iarussi, runs Rhinomind Coaching, and helps leaders in business and sports meet their leadership challenges head-on, and helps them create game-changing team cultures that unleash the potential of their organizations.

Latest Episodes

13: Conversation Expert Dr. Cheri Torres on Catalyzing Positive Change

Imagine how your life would change if you had a clear and consistent approach to having conversations that would strengthen relationships, resolve conflict, and expand future possibilities? Conversation expert Dr. Cheri Torres and I cover those topics and more in this episode. We also talk about the key principles in her book, Conversations Worth Having, and the philosophy and practice of appreciative inquiry. If you are a leader, coach, or consultant, or someone curious about shifting any local or national conversation, I highly recommend this episode, as I was immediately able to apply what I learned to my coaching work with leaders. Show Highlights: Dr. Cheri Torres explains “appreciative inquiry” [2:22 ] and “generative questions” [3:54] The nuances of creating a positive frame for a conversation [5:33] Dr. Cheri Torres provides examples of “generative questions” [7:53] How these practices may manifest during under-performing employee reviews [9:12] How to run effective me...

35 MIN2019 JUL 24
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13: Conversation Expert Dr. Cheri Torres on Catalyzing Positive Change

Mental Performance Mastery Coaching in Sports with Brian Cain

We can all use a little “tweak” to the habits that make up our lifestyles, especially if we’re interested in optimal performance, endurance, and mastery. Today’s guest has many years’ experience and much wisdom to share, based on what he practices in his own life and how he works with his clients. You don’t want to miss today’s conversation!

37 MIN2019 MAY 15
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Mental Performance Mastery Coaching in Sports with Brian Cain

How Men and Women Can Partner in Powerful Ways with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 2

Episode 11 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast is Part 2 of my conversation with creative empowerment coach Calee Lucht. In this episode, Calee shares her perspectives on “callout” culture, the difference between soul work and spiritual work, and the relationship between sex and leadership potential. We also talk about ways in which men and women can partner together in more powerful ways.

28 MIN2019 MAR 19
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How Men and Women Can Partner in Powerful Ways with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 2

10: Coaching Men and Undoing Systems of Domination with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 1

On Episode 10 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by creative empowerment coach Calee Lucht. Calee also specializes in coaching men, and has some very interesting thoughts about moving away from the “patriarchy” label, and in shifting from systems of domination to systems of partnership in organizations. Previously, for over 17 years at Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School, Calee helped many school leaders and alumni around the world tell their stories. Calee has leveraged that experienced to build a coaching practice that helps people and performers find their true creative power, and live into their potential. Please enjoy Part 1 of my conversation with Calee! Show Highlights: How Calee followed art and creativity on her path to empowerment [3:35] How Calee learned about the kind of leader she wanted to be [5:46] The process Calee uses to help people connect to their purpose, based on core values [10:06] What it means to be a values-driven leader [13...

25 MIN2019 MAR 5
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10: Coaching Men and Undoing Systems of Domination with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 1

09: Five-Time Olympian Frances Houghton on Teamwork and Leadership

On Episode 9 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by five-time Olympian Frances Houghton, formerly of the Team Great Britain Rowing team. From Sydney in 2000 to Rio in 2016, Frances won three silver medals and multiple world championships during her time in competition. With her towering 6’4” frame and ability to build high-trust relationships, Frances physically and spiritually wrapped her arms around her teammates during her career. On this episode, Frances shares incredibly insightful leadership and teambuilding lessons from her 20+ years of experience competing at the highest level. As Frances transitions out of the world of elite competition, we also hear about what’s next for her, and her dream for what is possible in developing people through sport. Show Highlights: Frances’ background and the love of rowing began at age 11 when she was tired of not being successful in other sports [4:50] What happens when you clearly define who you’re trying to become---and a ...

49 MIN2018 DEC 18
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09: Five-Time Olympian Frances Houghton on Teamwork and Leadership

08: Former Special Assistant to President Obama for National Security Affairs and Retired Navy SEAL Jeff Eggers

On Episode 8 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by Jeff Eggers, a retired Navy SEAL, former Special Assistant to President Obama for national security affairs, and the current Executive Director of The Leadership Institute at The McChrystal Group. In this interview, Jeff shares stories from his time as a Navy SEAL, and also describes what he feels were President Obama’s most effective leadership behaviors. We also discuss why Jeff feels that redefining leadership around the realities of behavioral science is the key to unlocking future American prosperity. Jeff, General Stanley McChrystal, and Jay Mangone also recently wrote a book, Leaders: Myth and Reality, where the authors show us that leadership isn’t what we think it is…and never was! We discuss the book and a whole lot more, so please enjoy a conversation with someone working at an exceptionally high level to help people develop more effective leaders and teams! Show Highlights: Jeff’s background, family life,...

49 MIN2018 DEC 10
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08: Former Special Assistant to President Obama for National Security Affairs and Retired Navy SEAL Jeff Eggers

07: High-Performance Leadership with Former PepsiCo Chief People Officer Mike Feiner

On Episode 7 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I am joined by one of the world’s foremost experts on high-performance leadership. Mike Feiner was an SVP and Chief People Officer at PepsiCo before spending a decade teaching high-performance leadership at Columbia Business School. Mike is also the author of The Feiner Points of Leadership, where he breaks leadership down into 50 laws across easy-to-use categories, including leading subordinates and bosses, peers and teams, as well as leading in situations that include change, conflict, and leading with values. Mike is now an executive coach and trusted consultant to senior organizational leaders through his company, Michael Feiner Consulting. Show Highlights: Mike shares how he was very driven to rise to the top of People Operations at PepsiCo. [04:11] Critical feedback may be uncomfortable, but it’s necessary in high-peformance leadership. [07:42] Some upper-level managers lead from the ways they were socialized as kids. [08:21] A...

31 MIN2018 NOV 9
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07: High-Performance Leadership with Former PepsiCo Chief People Officer Mike Feiner

06: The Future of Coaching and Leadership with Dr. Alex Pascal

On today’s Rhinomind Coaching podcast, Todd is joined by executive coach and Coachlogix CEO Dr. Alex Pascal, an entrepreneur who lives at the cutting edge of technology, research, and coaching. Alex was one of the youngest coaches ever to coach executives at the Center for Creative Leadership, and with such a broad, insider’s view of the coaching landscape, Alex founded Coachlogix to address inefficiencies in the coaching marketplace. CoachLogix provides a platform for coaches and organizations to standardize the way coaching is managed, and understand the value and effectiveness of coaching. CoachLogix is also moving into the machine learning / AI space to bring coaching into the future. For the CEOs, entrepreneurs, and leaders, Alex will share his journey of creating and leading a successful startup technology company [05:03]. For the coaches, you will hear about the future of coaching and technology [12:35]. Alex also discusses his spiritual journey [21:54], paradox and adult d...

38 MIN2018 OCT 19
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06: The Future of Coaching and Leadership with Dr. Alex Pascal

05: Award Winning Filmmaker Mike Zimbalist

Award-winning filmmaker Mike Zimbalist joins the Rhinomind Coaching podcast to talk about his career and life in film. Mike and his brother Jeff are best known forthe ESPN 30-for-30 documentaries The Two Escobars(2010) andYoungstown Boys(2013), andthe feature film Pelé: Birth of a Legend(2016). Mike and his brother are set to release four films in 2018! Please join Mike and host Todd Iarussi as they discuss Mike finding his calling in film, his perspective on making films that have a cultural impact, and moving into feature filmmaking outside of sports. Show Highlights What led to the making of the Two Escobars with ESPN [03:55] The moment Mike found his calling in film [07:40] Mike’s perspective on making films with his brother Jeff [14:10] The impact Mike wants to have on the world at this point in his career [19:16] Resources: Mike and Jeff’s film company All Rise Films Mike Zimbalist on IMDB Todd on Twitter:@rhinomind

29 MIN2018 OCT 1
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05: Award Winning Filmmaker Mike Zimbalist

04: Leadership and Coaching at the Highest Levels with Dr. Richard Levin

In this episode, Todd Iarussi talks to Dr. Richard Levin, one of America's first executive coaches, and the CEO of Richard Levin and Associates (RLA). RLA is the only coaching firm on the 2018 Forbes list of the 50 best US management consulting firms. Richard actually began his career as a psychologist, but at the request of his executive-level clients, began helping them approach business and leadership challenges by observing them in the workplace. In the process, he has helped to start and shape the field of executive coaching over the last 30-plus years. Please enjoy one of American’s most experienced executive coaches talking about leadership, coaching, and culture development at the highest levels of organizations! What you'll hear in this episode: What informed Richard’s decision to become a psychologist (2:22) and how he made the transition to executive coach in the 80’s Richard’s opinion about whether or not shadowing and observing leaders in the workplace actually allo...

43 MIN2018 SEP 7
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04: Leadership and Coaching at the Highest Levels with Dr. Richard Levin

Latest Episodes

13: Conversation Expert Dr. Cheri Torres on Catalyzing Positive Change

Imagine how your life would change if you had a clear and consistent approach to having conversations that would strengthen relationships, resolve conflict, and expand future possibilities? Conversation expert Dr. Cheri Torres and I cover those topics and more in this episode. We also talk about the key principles in her book, Conversations Worth Having, and the philosophy and practice of appreciative inquiry. If you are a leader, coach, or consultant, or someone curious about shifting any local or national conversation, I highly recommend this episode, as I was immediately able to apply what I learned to my coaching work with leaders. Show Highlights: Dr. Cheri Torres explains “appreciative inquiry” [2:22 ] and “generative questions” [3:54] The nuances of creating a positive frame for a conversation [5:33] Dr. Cheri Torres provides examples of “generative questions” [7:53] How these practices may manifest during under-performing employee reviews [9:12] How to run effective me...

35 MIN2019 JUL 24
Comments
13: Conversation Expert Dr. Cheri Torres on Catalyzing Positive Change

Mental Performance Mastery Coaching in Sports with Brian Cain

We can all use a little “tweak” to the habits that make up our lifestyles, especially if we’re interested in optimal performance, endurance, and mastery. Today’s guest has many years’ experience and much wisdom to share, based on what he practices in his own life and how he works with his clients. You don’t want to miss today’s conversation!

37 MIN2019 MAY 15
Comments
Mental Performance Mastery Coaching in Sports with Brian Cain

How Men and Women Can Partner in Powerful Ways with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 2

Episode 11 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast is Part 2 of my conversation with creative empowerment coach Calee Lucht. In this episode, Calee shares her perspectives on “callout” culture, the difference between soul work and spiritual work, and the relationship between sex and leadership potential. We also talk about ways in which men and women can partner together in more powerful ways.

28 MIN2019 MAR 19
Comments
How Men and Women Can Partner in Powerful Ways with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 2

10: Coaching Men and Undoing Systems of Domination with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 1

On Episode 10 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by creative empowerment coach Calee Lucht. Calee also specializes in coaching men, and has some very interesting thoughts about moving away from the “patriarchy” label, and in shifting from systems of domination to systems of partnership in organizations. Previously, for over 17 years at Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School, Calee helped many school leaders and alumni around the world tell their stories. Calee has leveraged that experienced to build a coaching practice that helps people and performers find their true creative power, and live into their potential. Please enjoy Part 1 of my conversation with Calee! Show Highlights: How Calee followed art and creativity on her path to empowerment [3:35] How Calee learned about the kind of leader she wanted to be [5:46] The process Calee uses to help people connect to their purpose, based on core values [10:06] What it means to be a values-driven leader [13...

25 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
10: Coaching Men and Undoing Systems of Domination with Creative Empowerment Coach Calee Lucht – Part 1

09: Five-Time Olympian Frances Houghton on Teamwork and Leadership

On Episode 9 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by five-time Olympian Frances Houghton, formerly of the Team Great Britain Rowing team. From Sydney in 2000 to Rio in 2016, Frances won three silver medals and multiple world championships during her time in competition. With her towering 6’4” frame and ability to build high-trust relationships, Frances physically and spiritually wrapped her arms around her teammates during her career. On this episode, Frances shares incredibly insightful leadership and teambuilding lessons from her 20+ years of experience competing at the highest level. As Frances transitions out of the world of elite competition, we also hear about what’s next for her, and her dream for what is possible in developing people through sport. Show Highlights: Frances’ background and the love of rowing began at age 11 when she was tired of not being successful in other sports [4:50] What happens when you clearly define who you’re trying to become---and a ...

49 MIN2018 DEC 18
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09: Five-Time Olympian Frances Houghton on Teamwork and Leadership

08: Former Special Assistant to President Obama for National Security Affairs and Retired Navy SEAL Jeff Eggers

On Episode 8 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I’m joined by Jeff Eggers, a retired Navy SEAL, former Special Assistant to President Obama for national security affairs, and the current Executive Director of The Leadership Institute at The McChrystal Group. In this interview, Jeff shares stories from his time as a Navy SEAL, and also describes what he feels were President Obama’s most effective leadership behaviors. We also discuss why Jeff feels that redefining leadership around the realities of behavioral science is the key to unlocking future American prosperity. Jeff, General Stanley McChrystal, and Jay Mangone also recently wrote a book, Leaders: Myth and Reality, where the authors show us that leadership isn’t what we think it is…and never was! We discuss the book and a whole lot more, so please enjoy a conversation with someone working at an exceptionally high level to help people develop more effective leaders and teams! Show Highlights: Jeff’s background, family life,...

49 MIN2018 DEC 10
Comments
08: Former Special Assistant to President Obama for National Security Affairs and Retired Navy SEAL Jeff Eggers

07: High-Performance Leadership with Former PepsiCo Chief People Officer Mike Feiner

On Episode 7 of the Rhinomind Coaching Podcast, I am joined by one of the world’s foremost experts on high-performance leadership. Mike Feiner was an SVP and Chief People Officer at PepsiCo before spending a decade teaching high-performance leadership at Columbia Business School. Mike is also the author of The Feiner Points of Leadership, where he breaks leadership down into 50 laws across easy-to-use categories, including leading subordinates and bosses, peers and teams, as well as leading in situations that include change, conflict, and leading with values. Mike is now an executive coach and trusted consultant to senior organizational leaders through his company, Michael Feiner Consulting. Show Highlights: Mike shares how he was very driven to rise to the top of People Operations at PepsiCo. [04:11] Critical feedback may be uncomfortable, but it’s necessary in high-peformance leadership. [07:42] Some upper-level managers lead from the ways they were socialized as kids. [08:21] A...

31 MIN2018 NOV 9
Comments
07: High-Performance Leadership with Former PepsiCo Chief People Officer Mike Feiner

06: The Future of Coaching and Leadership with Dr. Alex Pascal

On today’s Rhinomind Coaching podcast, Todd is joined by executive coach and Coachlogix CEO Dr. Alex Pascal, an entrepreneur who lives at the cutting edge of technology, research, and coaching. Alex was one of the youngest coaches ever to coach executives at the Center for Creative Leadership, and with such a broad, insider’s view of the coaching landscape, Alex founded Coachlogix to address inefficiencies in the coaching marketplace. CoachLogix provides a platform for coaches and organizations to standardize the way coaching is managed, and understand the value and effectiveness of coaching. CoachLogix is also moving into the machine learning / AI space to bring coaching into the future. For the CEOs, entrepreneurs, and leaders, Alex will share his journey of creating and leading a successful startup technology company [05:03]. For the coaches, you will hear about the future of coaching and technology [12:35]. Alex also discusses his spiritual journey [21:54], paradox and adult d...

38 MIN2018 OCT 19
Comments
06: The Future of Coaching and Leadership with Dr. Alex Pascal

05: Award Winning Filmmaker Mike Zimbalist

Award-winning filmmaker Mike Zimbalist joins the Rhinomind Coaching podcast to talk about his career and life in film. Mike and his brother Jeff are best known forthe ESPN 30-for-30 documentaries The Two Escobars(2010) andYoungstown Boys(2013), andthe feature film Pelé: Birth of a Legend(2016). Mike and his brother are set to release four films in 2018! Please join Mike and host Todd Iarussi as they discuss Mike finding his calling in film, his perspective on making films that have a cultural impact, and moving into feature filmmaking outside of sports. Show Highlights What led to the making of the Two Escobars with ESPN [03:55] The moment Mike found his calling in film [07:40] Mike’s perspective on making films with his brother Jeff [14:10] The impact Mike wants to have on the world at this point in his career [19:16] Resources: Mike and Jeff’s film company All Rise Films Mike Zimbalist on IMDB Todd on Twitter:@rhinomind

29 MIN2018 OCT 1
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05: Award Winning Filmmaker Mike Zimbalist

04: Leadership and Coaching at the Highest Levels with Dr. Richard Levin

In this episode, Todd Iarussi talks to Dr. Richard Levin, one of America's first executive coaches, and the CEO of Richard Levin and Associates (RLA). RLA is the only coaching firm on the 2018 Forbes list of the 50 best US management consulting firms. Richard actually began his career as a psychologist, but at the request of his executive-level clients, began helping them approach business and leadership challenges by observing them in the workplace. In the process, he has helped to start and shape the field of executive coaching over the last 30-plus years. Please enjoy one of American’s most experienced executive coaches talking about leadership, coaching, and culture development at the highest levels of organizations! What you'll hear in this episode: What informed Richard’s decision to become a psychologist (2:22) and how he made the transition to executive coach in the 80’s Richard’s opinion about whether or not shadowing and observing leaders in the workplace actually allo...

43 MIN2018 SEP 7
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04: Leadership and Coaching at the Highest Levels with Dr. Richard Levin
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